Sanitary, Easy To Clean, Drainage Solutions Built Industry Tough
Your number one priority is cleanliness, that’s why we build drainage systems that are sanitary and safe-no matter how busy you get. Drains matter, they are the most used tools on the floor. They see constant traffic, experience non-stop use, and need to get and stay clean-no matter how busy things get. Thankfully we can help. How? With drainage systems you can use that stands up to the roughest wear, keeps both your floor and product bacteria free, and are easy to clean.
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"I decided to retrofit floor drains in our plant. In a timely fashion you supplied drawings and specifications to match my needs. The materials were received on time, properly packed and protected for delivery. Everything came with complete detailed installation instructions. Thank you for providing this cost effective and permanent solution to our floor drain system. I am proud to show off my drains to visitors to my plant and I plan to install Food Safe Drains in more areas of my facility."Jon Liss, Michel's Bakery, Inc., PA
"Not only would I recommend this company’s products to anyone interested in having a drainage system installed, but I would go as far to say that it would be a mistake to go with anyone else.”Micheal, Garrison Builders, Lewes, DE
"I love this product! The Slot Drain is simple to install and looks tremendous when finished! I highly recommend this product to anyone looking for a sleek low profile drain solution. I will continue to utilize Food Safe Slot Drains on many future projects."Tyler Wilcox, Old Greenwich Builders, CO
“The service from you and all of your follow up from start to finish on this job was above and beyond any of my expectations.Steve Wilson, Resolute Industrial,
It works as it was designed. The flow rate is great. We have not been able to make it over flow at all. The entire system was encased in concrete per your specifications. It is rock solid. ”
“The Slot Drain is working very well, since the strainer was installed there is noticeably less solid waste in our grease pit when we clean it in the morning.”Frank Issak, Winkler Meats, Winkler, MB
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Our team is constantly working to bring the best and newest customer centered solutions to the market. Keep up to date with what we’re doing by checking out our updates below!
WHY YOU WANT NSF-CERTIFIED DRAINAGE IN FOOD FACILITIES
Facility owners have a lot to consider when it comes to creating and running their food facilities. One critical area managers need to be concerned with is the kind of materials they use in the overall construction. With strict USDA and FDA requirements for these facilities, choosing the right products is vital; because of that, you should consider using products that have met the NSF Certification requirements where applicable. One example of such an area is choosing NSF-certified drainage in food facilities. Here is what you should know about NSF Certification and why choosing NSF-certified drainage systems is the best option.READ MORE >
SANITARY FOOD PROCESSING FACILITIES STARTS WITH THE FLOORS
Food processing facilities require a lot of work to set up and run properly. Each aspect of the facility plays a critical role in maintaining a well-functioning facility. Sanitary food processing floors are one important factor you should always keep in mind.
This includes not just the kind of flooring, but the setup of the floors as well, which can have a drastic effect on the facility. Beyond that, keeping floors appropriately cleaned and having the right drainage system in place will help to ensure you have a functional, sanitary food facility.READ MORE >
3 WAYS TO MEET FOOD SANITATION REQUIREMENTS
Regardless of what area of the food industry you are part of, there are many rules and regulations you are expected to follow. This is especially true when you consider the need for proper food safety and sanitation practices within these different facilities.
These rules, regulations and general requirements are set forth by organizations like the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The FDA and USDA have put these rules and regulations in place to protect not only the health and well-being of customers, but also workers, and anyone else interacting with facilities. Here is what you should know about food sanitation requirements and three ways to ensure your facility meets these strict requirements.READ MORE >